Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
Grand Rapids, MI
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts presents a community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Thursday, November 14, at 7 pm.
Following the film, filmmaker Drew Emery will be on hand to lead a Q&A and discussion.
Inlaws & Outlaws is being presented in three cities thanks to support from the Ferris State University Office of Diversity & Inclusion. Additional shows will be presented in Big Rapids and Traverse City.
|What:||Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts|
|When:||Thursday, Nov 14, 2013|
|Where:||Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts|
2 West Fulton St., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
|How:||$4 general admission, Free with FSU ID|
The UICA is on the corner of Fulton and Division. There is a parking ramp but parking is not validated by the UICA.
The UICA is known for playing independent foreign, documentary and narrative films that can't be seen anywhere else in West Michigan.
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